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Neighbouring regions of Armenia and Georgia jointly promote cross-border business opportunities through the EaPTC grant project
July 27, 2016
With a view to promoting economic potential and business relations in the bordering regions of Armenia (Tavush) and Georgia (Kvemo Kartli), the Cross-Border Economic Development (CED) Project implemented with the financial assistance of the European Union in the framework of the Eastern Partnership Territorial Cooperation Programme (EaPTC) has issued two significant publications recently.
“Guideline for starting business in Armenia and Georgia” will provide assistance for potential business partners in the neighbouring regions in such issues as registration, taxation, licenses etc. Business Catalogue of Georgian and Armenian business operators intends to provide a comprehensive picture of various companies and private entrepreneurs, as well as information about the main economic sectors developed in Kvemo Kartli and Tavush regions, including trade and investment opportunities for potential partners.
The Cross-Border Economic Development (CED) Project is aimed at improving living conditions of the bordering communities in the Kvemo Kartli and Tavush regions and strengthening their cross-border potential, primarily in the field of agriculture.
The publications in English, Armenian and Georgian languages are available at the CED Project page on the EaPTC Support Programme website.